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Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day Review |

Serdar Yegulalp writes: "When little Menma appears as a ghost to her friend Jintan years after her death, he re-connects with all the friends they had during their childhoods to find out what can be done to put her spirit at ease. But her reasons for returning to the land of the living may be more complex than just still wanting to see the fireworks they were going to build and set off back in the day.

What starts as a goofy sitcom evolves by degrees into something a lot larger and deeper, with the lingering regrets of unfulfilled childhood promises and the aching nostalgia for days gone by taking center stage. Bring a hanky -- in fact, the whole box of tissues -- as you'll need it."

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